Mobiles and Minors

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A recent national survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the SABC found that 72% of 18 – 24 years owned cellphones – and many were using them for more than just talking!

The Media Monitoring Project, in partnership with the Open Society Foundation and SAfm, invites you to tune in to MEDIA @ SAfm this Sunday for their latest radio conference “Mobiles and Minors”.

Does increased access to mobile content mean an increase in potential exposure to harmful content?

Drawing on key industry experts, you’ll learn about the various regulatory measures that should ensure children are protected from inappropriate content. We’ll also explore how videos, wallpapers and other cellphone content make it into our local youth media mix.

If you have a cellphone – or if you have a child that uses one – download the sound files for Part 1 and Part 2 or read the transcript here!

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